Webmail is an email program that works with a web browser. It allows you to access your @Stanford email from any computer with a web browser and an Internet connection. There is no software to download or configure.
About four months after you graduate, Stanford automatically forwards your @stanford.edu mail to your alumni email address. The university keeps this forwarding in place for two years. Stanford also forwards mail for GSB alumni to their GSB alumni email addresses for two years.
By default, appointments and emails print in 12 point type. You can choose a larger or smaller size.
To reset the font size:
Sometimes the Previous and Next arrows disappear from Stanford Calendar when you change from Free/Busy view to one of the calendar views. To get the arrows back, change the calendar view and refresh the page.
To change the calendar view and refresh the page:
QUALCOMM discontinued sales and support for Eudora in 2007.
While Eudora will continue to function for those who are using it, any future problems will not be resolved. IT Services recommends that all users evaluate other email programs and migrate existing mail to one of these programs.
Messages in your Trash folder count against your quota. Empty the Trash folder and then check your storage space.
To see your current quota usage in megabytes and by percentage, log in to Webmail and hover the cursor over your name in the upper right corner.
To free up storage space in Webmail:
The Zimbra Connector for Outlook configures Outlook to interact with the Zimbra server so that you can access your email, calendar, contacts, and tasks from Outlook 2003 or 2007.
See the Installing the Outlook Connector web page for the download link and installation instructions.
Are you new to Stanford Webmail or want to become a power user? Visit the Video Tour and Helplets page to learn how to:
Use the Tasks feature to create your own to-do lists and help manage tasks through to completion.
If you need to email Prohibited or Restricted data, use the Stanford Secure Email service. To send secure email, type Secure: on the Subject line. You must include the colon character (:) and spell secure correctly or the email will be sent in the clear.
Yes. Always type Secure: in the subject heading of a secure message.
Even if you're sending to a Stanford email account, that message could be forwarded to someone else or to another email account.
For faster performance when using Stanford Email and Calendar, use Firefox on Windows and Safari on Macintosh. You may experience significantly slower performance with Internet Explorer.